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Volume 57.2- Summer 2014

Volume 57.2- Summer 2014

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This issue looks ahead to the forthcoming Scholarly Edition of Lucy Gayheart, Cather's 1935 novel with essays from David Porter, Jane Dressler, and the late Merrill Skaggs. Andrew Jewell and Marilee Lindemann discuss last year's publication of The Selected Letters of Willa Cather and the impact that volume has had on Cather studies. Francis Murphy reports from the Old Burying Ground in Jaffrey, New Hampshire, where changes were made to Cather's and Lewis's grave markers in 2013. Finally, we're treated to Andrew Ek's poem "The Year My Sister Went East."

CONTENTS
1 Letters from the Executive Director and the President
2 Schubert's "Trout" and Lucy Gayheart: A Rainbow of Reflections, David Porter
7 David Bispham, American Baritone: A Prototype for Lucy Gayheart's Clement Sebastian, Jane Dressler
12 Another Look at Lucy Gayheart and Another New Lucy, Merrill Maguire Skaggs
16 No Longer Secret: Willa Cather's Letters and Their New Influence, A Conversation with Andrew Jewell and Marilee Lindemann
22 "That Is Happiness": A Note on the Final Resting Place of Willa Cather and Edith Lewis, Francis Murphy
26 Poem: The Year My Sister Went East, Andrew Ek